Volunteer of the Year at Williamsburg's Habitat for Humanity ReStore

The Williamsburg Habitat for Humanity ReStore could not help build homes, community and hope for the Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg area without our wonderful volunteers who have put in 13,000 plus hours from November 2015 through November 2016. Our community has so willingly given their time and talents to help us in our mission. Our volunteers give their precious time, not out of obligation, but out of the joy of helping others. We are blessed to have such committed and wonderful volunteers. We would like to acknowledge a special volunteer, Debbie Hill, who has received this year's Volunteer of the Year Award for her truly outstanding dedication to the Williamsburg ReStore and this community. Debbie is always willing to help no matter what we ask of her. Debbie has been a volunteer at the ReStore since May of 2013. The ReStore's accomplishments would not have been possible without Debbie and all our volunteers' selfless efforts, dedication and hard work. We would like to thank Debbie for choosing to volunteer her precious time and talents to our organization.

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